Learn how to reach your fundraising goal from Justin Massion, marketing director behind the successful crowdfunding campaign "Space Command" which raised $221K. Justin explains some of the differences between Kickstarter vs. Indiegogo, and check out his full course here: http://creatorup.com/kickstarter Full Course Outline: Ep 1-0: How the Crowdfunding Landscape Has Changed (new) Ep 1-1: Essentials: Why is design, credibility, and outreach essential? Ep 1-2: Success: What works for successful Kickstarter campaigns? Ep 1-3: Campaign Length: How long should my campaign be? EP 1-4: What should be in my Kickstarter video? Ep 1-5: How much should my goal be? CHAPTER 2: DESIGNING YOUR CAMPAIGN Ep 2-1: Story: How to tell the story of your project visually? Ep 2-2: Design: How to effectively use video, story and rewards? Ep 2-3: Rewards: What should my rewards be? Ep 2-4: Credibility: How to establish credibility for your project? Ep 2-5: Web Series: What's specific to a web series campaign? CHAPTER 3: LAUNCHING YOUR CAMPAIGN Ep 3-1: Outreach: How to effectively reach the audience for your project? Ep 3-2: Launch: How should I run my campaign? Ep 3-3: Collateral: What print, digital, and graphic assets are important? Ep 3-4: Awareness: How can you build awareness that encourages pledging? Ep 3-5: Messaging: What is the best way to message your pitch and how often? BONUS: What are some outside the box tips that work to get more people to know about and pledge your campaign? Kickstarter Tips: Kickstarter for Business (new) Kickstarter Tips: Kickstarter vs. Indie-Go-Go (new) Kickstarter Tips: Creating Social Media Buzz (new) What to Expect with Crowdfunding Campaigns (new) Find out more at https://creatorup.com/ Want more AMAZING CreatorUp content? Follow us on social media! Twitter - https://twitter.com/creatorup Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CreatorUp Instagram - https://instagram.com/creatorup/ Blog - https://creatorup.com/blog/
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